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February
28
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"The Great American Race - Jeff Gordon Wins The Daytona 500 In A Wild Finish"
The Lineup - Motor Sports - Bang-Up Finish (Jeff Gordon fought off a hard-charging Dale Earnhardt Jr. to win his third Daytona 500); Baseball - The Unit Has Landed (Ace lefty Randy Johnson hit the ground running at his first spring training as a Yankee); Special Report - Locker Room Menace (A strain of antibiotic-resistant staphylococcus is striking athletes at an alarming rate); College Basketball - The Rise Of Saint Paul (Chris Paul of Wake Forest is a great point guard - and citizen); Book Excerpt - The Home Team (A Sudanese couple in Indiana sent their five kids to college on basketball scholarships) Departments - Leading Off; Catching Up With...; Letters; Air And Space (Throw, throw, throw your coat; Purdue's Gene Keady will hang it up after 26 years); Scorecard (* NHL season dies twice in a week * U.S. women's soccer coach ousted * Recalling Hunter S. Thompson); Faces In The Crowd; Playoffs; The Life Of Reilly (Some very rich men partied in Denver last weekend. OPEC summit? Nah. NBA All-Star game) Inside... - The NBA (* Can Cavs hold onto Ilgauskas? * Udrih gives Spurs hot pair at point); College Basketball (* Foreign players power Pacific * Pro scout on Wolfpack's Hodge * Curry has Cowboys in Big 12 hunt)
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May
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Ben Wallace
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NBA Playoffs - Let's Get Physical (The critical difference is often made by the players who wreak the most havoc.) Golf - Dominance in Disguise (The remarkable Annika Sorenstam is taking aim at every major LPGA mark.) Baseball - Big Fish (The Marlins' pitching trio of Dontrelle Willis, Josh Beckett and A.J. Burnett are blowing through the early schedule.) Horse Racing - Scoping Out the Derby (Who's the horse to beat in Kentucky? Check our tip sheet.) Book Excerpt - Cinderella Man (He'd been laid low, but nothing could keep James J. Braddock down for the count.)
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May
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Randy Moss
Pro Football - Do Not Disturb (There's another side to Randy Moss, but don't go knock on his door to find it.) Kentucky Derby - Who Knew? (Giacomo, a 50-1 shot, emerged from obscurity - and far off the pace - to win.) NBA Playoffs - Ray of Hope (For the Sonics to upset the Spurs, Ray Allen will have to lead as never before.) Baseball - The unconventional Ozzie Guillen has managed the small-balling White Sox to the majors' best record.) High School Football - The Top 25 (Here it is: SI's ranking of the best high school athletic programs in the United States. Meet the winners.)
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May
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Steve Nash
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NBA Playoffs - Fun With the Suns (Steve Nash's wizardry and the Mavs' crafty efforts to thwart him have made for an exhilarating series.) Baseball - Sounds of Santana (In the clubhouse Johan Santana is all music, funa and games, but on the mound he's dominant.) Tennis - The Real Deal (In a sport famous for eating its young, Spain's Rafael Nadal, 18, looks like he's here for good.) Track & Field - The Sprinter (For Paralympic champion Marlon Shirley, childhood was a nightmare. Losing a foot, he says, was the least of it.)
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June
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Danica Patrick
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Baseball - State of Mind (Alex Rodriguez is gaining acceptance in New York. It helps to be the league's leading slugger.) Softball - A Big Hit (As the Women's College World Series opens, the sport is soaring in popularity.) NBA Playoffs - Among Giants (With Detroit's big men looming large, Shaquille O'Neal tried to rise to the challenge for Miami.) American Speed - Here She Comes (Danica Patrick, fourth at Indy, was still a big winner.), Long, Hard Road (After the Coca-Cola 600, what's next for NASCAR?), My Car's Better (For every kind of race, there's a top-performance car. Here's how they compare.), Formula Won (Scott Speed: the first U.S. F/1 driver since 1993?), Dirty Work (Many great drivers proved their worth at Eldora.),
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June
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"The Other Game - How A Tiny Shoe Company (And 1) Happened To Start A Basketball Revolution"
The Lineup - NBA Finals - Off To The Races (To beat the Spurs, Detroit has to handle the headlong assaults of Manu Ginobili); Tribute - The Original Big Man (George Mikan (1924-2005) arrived at the time when pro basketball needed him most); French Open - Roger vs. Rafael (Rafael Nadal won his first major and confirmed his rivalry with Roger Federer); Baseball - Not So Bitter Now (Sammy Sosa, in Baltimore, is ready to leave the past behind - well, almost); Basketball - The Other Game (The And1 Troupe and its videos have spread hip-hop hoops far and wide) Departments - Leading Off; Catching Up With...; Letters; Air And Space (Tear someone's head off and rub his face in the dirt; the genteel pleasures of rugby); Scorecard (* Tape brings 49ers to new low * Drew Carey, soccer photographer * Farewell Hy Peskin, Herb Wind); Faces In The Crowd; Players; The Life Of Reilly (Meet Zakki Strunk, 11, a baseball player whose disease-ravaged heart is still pure) Inside... - Soccer (Donovan shines for U.S. team); Track (Williams proves she's sprint queen); Baseball (Giants foundering without Bonds)
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June
27
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Duncan / Wallace
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U.S. Open - Kiwi Surprise (Michael Campbell couldn't believe he parred Pinehurst, held off Tiger Woods and won.), NBA Finals - Hurly-burly Finals (Even a hard-fought Game 5 could not rescue a series dulled by four straight blowouts.), Baseball - Sweet Dreams (The Cardinals aim to be in the World Series again, but this time they're built to win it.), Boxing - Undefeated, Unpopular (Floyd Mayweather, Jr. is fighting for the lightweight title. Few will root for him.), Football - Saved By Sports (In 1991 high school star Jermaine Ewell was beaten into a coma. Being an athlete was the key to his survival - and, in the end, to his assailant's redemption.)
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July
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Michael Vick
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Pro Football - Give Him Respect (The Falcons' Michael Vick is still irked by critics who say he's not a real pro QB.) Midseason Report - Beltway Battle (The Nationals and Orioles fight for hearts and minds in baseball's new hotbed.) Pro Basketball - Local Heroes (San Antonio's beloved Spurs have won two titles in the last three years. Are they a budding dynasty?) College World Series - Made in Texas (The homegrown Longhorns used stellar pitching and timely hitting to win it all.) Money - SI's Fortunate 50: The Highest Paid U.S. Athletes (plus best-compensated women, most charitable sportsmen, future zillionaires and richest foreign jocks)
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July
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Jennie Finch
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The Lineup - SI Summer Party 2005 (We invited 25 athletes and actors with that special mix of ability, fame and personality.), Sports Tribes (Even more elemental than team spirit is the force that binds certain athletes to their chosen games, and to one another.), 25 Summer Essentials (SI's writers personally recommend things that they feel you absolutely must do, watch, read of eat before Labor Day.), 25 Lost Treasures (The whereabouts of some key sports collectibles are a mystery. A fortune awaits those who can find these Holy Grails.), 25 Amazing Animals (They may not sign multimillion-dollar contracts, but they're still consummate pro athletes.) Where Are They Now? 25 Years Later - Roberto Duran (The boxer who quit wants respect.), Jim Plunkett (The Oakland QB's knees, shoulder, back and neck are living in the past.), Magic Johnson (A quarter century ago a bubbly rookie lifted his team to greatness.), Denny Crum (From coach to poker player.), Evonne Goolagong (Helping Austraila's young Aborigines.), The 1980 Champion Phillies (Their will remains indomitable.), Lost and Found (Cha-Cha, the Caddyshack gopher, et al.) Departments - Leading Off, Letters, Contributors, Air and Space (Second thoughts on athletes' use of the third person), Scorecard (Assessing the NBA's labor past & Ohio State comes back strong), Faces in the Crowd, Players, The Life of Reilly (Handsome Hairy: Johnny Damon, baseball beefcake), Wimbledon - Surprise Return (The unexpected triumph of a joyful Venus Williams enchanted the crowds), Baseball - My All-Star Team (Meet the new face of baseball. Note: The eight home run leaders are absent), Joltin' Jones (Andruw Jones is having the breakout power season Atlanta long hoped for), Pro Basketball - The Laker's Big Gamble (L.A. drafted Andrew Bynum, 17, betting he'll measure up in the pivot), Motor Sports - The Long Road Back (Finishing third at the Pepsi 400, Dale Jr. rejoined the race for the Chase)
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August
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"Training Camp Kickoff - What It Takes To Get Ready For Some Football"
The Lineup - Pro Football - Bigger Than Ever (As camps open, the NFL's popularity is at an all-time high); Stronger Than Ever (How five vets get ready for camp); Baseball - Bottom's Up! (The young Oakland A's turned up their intensity, moving from last place to playoff contention); Golf - Make Way For Morgan (Out of a swarm of U.S. teen sensations comes Morgan Pressel, who is dead set on becoming the top woman pro); Motor Sports - Bringing It Home (Returning to his native Indiana has calmed NASCAR's Tony Stewart and put him on track for a second Cup title); Baseball - Rapid Robert (Like his legendary heater, Hall of Famer Bob Feller comes at you hard and fast) Departments - Leading Off; Catching Up With...; Letters; Air And Space (There are sports heroes and just plain heroes. Capt. Dan Rooney is one of the latter); Scorecard (* Palmeiro suspended for steriods * T-ball coach to stand trial * Q&A: Billy Bob Thornton); Faces In The Crowd; Players; The Life Of Reilly (Allow me to pay tribute to the long-suffering forecaddie. With cartoons, of course) Inside... - Swimming (* Katie Hoff, 16, is new IM star * Hackett has most world medals); Baseball (* Manny stays in Boston after all * More second sackers in the Hall?)
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August
9
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"PGA Championship Preview"
Contents - Features - Good Company (While Baltusrol grabs the glory, four neighboring clubs with classic courses nearby primp for their close-ups - or not); Odd Couple (Campbell and his wife, Amy Lepard, are opposites who have found an incongrous harmony) Departments - Pro Picks (Not sold on Tiger, Phil is overanalzing and Vijay can't putt. That leaves...); Prepped (Shaun Micheel hit The Shot. Then he hit the skids. Now he's back); Player Poll (Would the U.S. Ryder Cup be better off without Woods? And more); The Hole Story (Aside from freaky 17, subtle changes will challenge the pros); The Best (The game plan for a brute like Baltusrol? Bust the driver like John Daly); Fifteen Minutes (Al Geiberger and his humble PB&J sandwiches started a trend) Tournaments - Not So Fast (Second-ranked Vijay Singh sent this message with his win at the Buick Open: Let's not anoint Tiger just yet); Follow The Birdie (Little-known Jeong Jang of Korea withstood the pressure to win a Women's Open. Sound familiar?); Day To Remember...(...or to forget. Allen Doyle came out of nowhere to catch the collapsing leaders at the U.S. Senior Open) Teeing Off - Stik (Life and times on the PGA Tour)
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August
15
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"Gamebreakers - Reggie Bush: He's One Of Those Unstoppable Players. Can He Keep USC On Top?"
The Lineup - Baseball - Stealing The Show (Scott Podsednik has the White Sox racing toward their first Series win in 46 years); Track And Field - Two Fast (Justin Gatlin and Lauryn Williams gave the U.S. a 100-meter sweep at the Worlds); Pro Basketball - Hello, Cleveland (Larry Hughes was sure he'd re-sign with the Wizards, until he played free-agency roulette); College Football Preview - Danger Is His Game (Pity the poor defender charged with shutting down Reggie Bush); Texas Time (Vince Young could be the guy to finally get the Longhorns back on top); 5 Minute Guide (The games, players and zaniness that will make the season great); The Next Big Thing (Florida's Urban Meyer has the hottest offensive scheme in football); SI's Top 25 (Scouting reports, in-depth analysis, key returners and gamebreakers); The Rest, 26-119 (Can Florida International (No. 119) get past Florida Atlantic (No. 117)?); Divisional Powers (Top 10 rankings for powerhouses in Divisions 1-AA, II and III) Departments - Leading Off; Letters; Catching Up With...; Air And Space (Nine ways to stay interested in baseball when your favorite team is 30 games out in the middle of August); Scorecard (* Can Beckham make the MLS hot? * The Atlanta Hawks are burning * Plus-size golfers heat up the links); Faces In The Crowd; Players; The Life Of Reilly (It's time for writers to strafe Raffy and all other cheaters) Inside... - Motor Sports (Gordon's still in the Chase chase); Baseball (Astros have a new dynamic duo); The NFL (Broncos willing to let Clarett age)
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August
22
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Phil Mickelson
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Golf - Crowd Pleaser (With a magical pitch, Phil Mickelson won his second major championship and rewarded his frenzied fans.) Baseball - The Next Generation (A crop of talented 25-and-under players promises an era of superior skills.) Hockey - The Biggest Deal (Philadelphia Flyers GM Bob Clarke landed the incomparable Peter Forsberg.) Track and Field - Watch This (A youthful U.S. team domintated the world championships in Finland.) College Football - Meet Mr. Humble (Chastened by his NFL flop, a kinder, gentler (for now) Steve Spurrier is trying to make South Carolina a power.)
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September
5
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"It's Carolina - That's Right! The Panthers Will Go All The Way"
The Lineup - 2005 NFL Preview - Playmakers (SI's 46th pro football preview focuses on the men who change their teams' fortunes in the blink of an eye); Going By The Book (Think NFL Playbooks are just diagrams? You'll be amazed at how much the poor player has to learn); Anatomy Of An NFL Play (Ravens QB Kyle Boller learns PFB Double Square Out, with five receivers to choose from); Wideouts: Catch This Act (The Bengals' Chad Johnson is fast becoming a top threat at the league's new marquee position); Safeties: Look At Me Now (Baltimore's gamebreaking Ed Reed has become the best player on the NFL's best defense); Who'll Win The Super Bowl (How teams will finish (Julius Peppers and Carolina on top) * Playoff winners and losers * Dr. Z's Power Rankings); Scouting Reports (SI sizes up all 32 teams * Player Value Rankings: NFL skill players rated (top quarterback: the Colts' Peyton Manning) Departments - Leading Off; Letters; Air And Space (Without the big drivers, the Buick takes a backseat to golf's majors, but it's still a great ride); Scorecard (* The new charges against Lance * Tennis's James Blake roars back * Jerseys flunk spelling test); Faces In The Crowd; Life Of Reilly (A freak accident sidelined Arizona high school star Joe Kay for good, but he's still in the game) Inside... - Baseball (112 teams vie for 5 postseason spots); WNBA (Can Powell take Monarchs to finals?); College Football (At last, Shockley is Georgia's QB)
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September
26
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McNabb - Owens
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The Lineup - Pro Football - Turmoil? What Turmoil? (A relentless D and newly harmonious passing combo have the Eagles back on track.) Baseball - Playing Tough (Embroiled in the National League wild-card race, the Phillies have a new swagger.) College Football - Seminole Moment (Florida State gave Boston College a rude welcome to the game's deepest conference.) Book Excerpt - Yao Ming (Two often-competing forces shaped him; his mother and Communist China.) Departments - Leading Off, Catching Up With..., Letters, Air and Space, Scorecard, Faces in the Crowd, Players, The Life of Reilly Inside... - College Football, The NFL
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October
3
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Playoff Scramble
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Baseball - Down to the Wire (Two AL series loom as do-or-die showdowns for playoff berths/), College Football - A Spartan's Revenge (Quarterback Drew Stanton has Michigan State in contention for its first Big Ten title in 15 seasons.), Pro Football - Brady Time (The Patriots' quarterback again shows that he owns the final two minutes.) NHL Preview 2005-06 A Whole New World - New Rules (A guide to nine ways in which the game has changed from smaller goalie gerar to hotter rivalries.), New Order (Since the lockouot, the have-nots have become haves.), Scouting Reports (A look at each team and why Jerome Iginia and the Flames will win the Cup.)
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October
10
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Brodie Croyle
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College Football - The Tide Has Turned (After a decade of struggles, Alabama is again rolling behind a strong-armed quarterback who wears number 12. Florida found out the hard way.), )Led by three sensational freshmen, Penn State is ready for Ohio State) Baseball - Who's the Man? (Is it Papi or A-Rod? The American League MVP race, like the AL East battle, was a photo finish), Baseball Awards (With Barry Bonds out of the picture, ALbert Pujols finally gets his due.) Pro Football -The Best of Carson )The Bengal's Carson Palmer is the NFL's hottest young quarterback.) Boxing - Pride and Punishment (Diego Corrales went through hell to beat Jose Luis Castillo - now the rematch.) Bonus - The Homecoming (Doug Flutie is back in the Boston area to finish his career and fully take on the challenge of raising his autistic son.)_
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October
17
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Dwight Freeney
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Lineup - Pro Football -The D in Indy (With sack artist Dwight Freeney, the Colts finally have a top notch defense.) College Football - Can USC Be Beat? (The Trojans 37-game winning streak will end this season...won't it?) Baseball Playoffs - Astronomical (Houston beat Atlanta in 18 innings.), Power and Fury (The White Sox sweep the Red Sox.) Hockey - The Next One (In Week 1, Sidney Crosby showed why expectations of him are so high.) College Basketball - End of Darkness (Memphis fans have embraced Darius Washington after his devastating miss.) Book Excerpt - The Making of a Coach (The forces that shaped Patriots' Bill Belichick: his dad, his coach at Andover and a classmate.) Departments - Leading Off, Catching Up With..., Letters, Air and Space, Scorecard, Faces in the Crowd, Players, The Life of Reilly Inside... - The NFL, Baseball
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October
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World Series
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Lineup - Baseball - First in a Series (As fans in Chicago and Houston savored the scene, the White Sox - 88 years without a championship - got the jump on the Astros - 0 for 43 - in a refreshingly new Fall Classic.) College Football - West Side Story (Playing in the shadow of the top-ranked Trojans, UCLA backfield mates Drew Olson and Maurice Drew have created their own buzz in Los Angeles.) Pro Football - Change for the Better (Largely ignored because of his bad rep, Plaxico Burress signed with New York, where he's Eli Manning's primary target-and the NFL's best off-season pickup.) Running - "I Am an American" (Ethiopian-born Meb Keflezighi has won an Olympic medal for the U.S. Maybe if he wins the New York City marathon, he'll shed his image as a foreigner.) Bonus - This is the Life (In eight days as an assistant coach for the Phoenix Suns, the author, Jack McCallum, took a hit from Shawn Marion, lost a bet on Amare Stoudemire and learned to love the game in a whole new way.) Departments - Leading Off, Letters, Catching Up With..., Air and Space, Scorecard, Faces in the Crowd, Players, Life of Reilly Inside... - College Football, The NFL, Horse Racing, Motor Sports
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November
5
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Manning/Brady
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Baseball - All For One (The White Sox win their first World Series in 88 years) Pro Football - Face Off (Tom Brady or Peyton Manning? Who wins on Monday night?) College Football - Like Mike (Marcus Vick is showing his brother's magic at Virginia Tech) Hockey - It's Working (The NHL's rule changes seem to be helping to increase the scoring) Bonus - Ground Breakers (Long after Jackie Robinson intergrated baseball Southern college football pioneers dealt with a more violent sport in a more violent time)
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November
21
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"Here Come The Blue Devils - Can Anyone Stop Duke?"
Lineup - College Football - The Wild, Wild SEC (Another heart-breaking Saturday in the game's most exciting conference) Pro Football - Fallen Idols (From dynasty to disaster - inside the collapse of a once-proud franchise) Soccer - Bottom's Up (The Galaxy shine again in the MLS final, thanks to a surprising hero) College Basketball 2005-06 - The Duke Way (A fabulous freshman class must learn at the sneakers of Coach K.); Hoops Hotbeds (Chicago and New York, sure, but check out Houston and Seattle); Made In Texas (Longhorns star Daniel Gibson is ready for his Final Four moment); Candace, Take Two (Now that she's finally healthy, will Tennessee's Candace Parker radically alter the women's game); 5 Minute Guide (A fast-break index of players, teams and trends to watch for); SI's Top 20 (Plus, a scouting report, lineup and scout's break for all 20 teams); Filling The Brackets (From No. 21 down to No. 65) Departments - Leading Off; Letters; Catching Up With...; Air And Space (The guy who got TO to talk his way off the Eagles); Scorecard (* The invisible heavyweight champ * Anybody miss Latrell Sprewell?); Faces In The Crowd; Players; The Lilfe Of Reilly (The pits are the pits) Inside... - The NFL (Falcons DT Rod Coleman is scary); College Football (USC has too much talent. Really); The NHL (Why Eric Staal liked the lockout); The NBA (Webber and Al learned to share!)
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November
28
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Joe Paterno
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Pro Basketball - A New Steve Nash? (Which point guard will turn his team around? Will it be the Bucks T.J. Ford? Or Golden State's Baron Davis>), College Football - All The Way Back (Thanks to linebacker Paus Posluszny Penn State earned its first BCS bid), Pro Football - Unbeatable (After outganning Cincinnati to climb to 10-0, Peyton Manning and the Colts are making a run at NFL history), Hockey - Great to be Back (Wayne Gretzky has returned as the Coyotes coach - and he's loving it)
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December
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Vince Young
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College Football - Horns of Plenty (Texas is one victory from a shot at its first national title in 36 years thanks to great talent and Mack Brown, who learned there's more to life than coaching football.) Pro Football - Class of '96 (Ten seasons later, members of the most bountiful draft of wideouts in NFL history are still among the best playmakers and biggest newsmakers.) Pro Basketball - Detroit Loves Larry (When coach Larry Brown returns to face his former team, he'll find flourishing players who bear him no ill will. The same can't be said (yet) of his Knicks.) Pro Hockey - On New Ice (A trade to Ottawa helped Dany Heatley put a tragic crash and injury behind him. Now he's leading the first-place Senators and the NHL's most exciting line.) High School Hoops - Talk of the Town (North College Hill, Ohio, has embraced its two young stars.)
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December
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Tom Brady
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Sportsman of the Year 2005 - Tom Brady (His spirit has made him the ultimate teamate at the toughest times.), Moments to Remember - Roger Clemens (After his mom died, the Astros ace delivered.), Danica Patrick (A 23-year-old rookie made history at Indy.), Roger Federer (The Swiss wizard rallied in the U,S, Open final.), Lady Bears (During a key timeout Baylor got a needed boost.), Matt Leinart & Reggie Bush (USC's partnership prevailed at Notre Dame.), Athletes & Katrina (The disaster brought out the best in NFL players.) Run to Daylight (Competition has helped heal many Iraq war vets.)
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December
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Shaun Alexander
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Special Section - Sports Media 2005 (Movies, TV, Books and Radio & Web.), Pro Football - Must-See Seahawk (Running back Shaun Alexander is getting long-deserved recognition.), College Basketball - A Star in the West (The legend of Adam Morrison, Gonzaga's brash forward, grows.) Pro Basketball - Playstrong (Two years after a kidney transplant, Alonzo Mourning is a top center again.) College Football - What About the D? (The defense of USC and Texas may determine the national championship.)
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December
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Tony Stewart
Contents - "In Any Car, He'll Be Fast" (A move back home helped Tony Stewart become a great racer), Fast From The Get-Go (Hoping to make the Chase? You'd better be ready to run hard), News And Notes From The First 26 Races, 2 For The Road (Forthsomethings Mark Martin and Rusty Wallace are as fast as ever), ...And Then There Were 10 (NASCAR's best drivers revved it up for a final sprint to the Cup), Notes And Numbers From The Final Races Leading Off - A look at how life inside the pits has changed through the years The Insider - Dale Jr. gets back in gear; Tony Stewart's home track; race fans' guide to Charlotte; and product reviews 2006 Nextel Cup Preview - The Future Is Now (NASCAR's supercharged swami sees all and tells all), The Schedule With Key Races To Watch, Generation Nextel (Team owners and sponsers are giving big bucks to a crop of cocky kids), Trading Paint With The World (Keeping up with Carl Edwards is no easy task - on or off the track) The Life Of Reilly - The Pit And The Pandemonium (Our reporter learns that a job as a crew member for Jeff Burton is a gas)
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December
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Reggie Bush & Matt Leinart
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Lineup - Crowd Pleaser, The Best of ... (Baseball, The NFL, The NBA, College Basketball, Golf, Tennis, Olympic Sports, College Football (Bowl Predictions), The Rest), Too True To Be Good , The Liars Club, Gone But Not Forgotten, "Twas the Fight Before Christmas, NFL - Past Perfect (Peyton Manning and the Colts suffered through their first loss of the season, bowing to the Chargers on Sunday 26-17.) Departments - Catching up with..., Letters, Air and Space, Scorecard, Faces in the Crowd, Players, Life of Reilly Inside... - The NFL, The NBA, College Basketball, College Football, The NHL, Olympic Sports
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